The Polo Museale della Sardegna presented on September 7th, 2017 the exhibition “The wine in Sardinia: a history lasting 3.000 years”.
The exhibition itinerary, which can be visited until October 31, 2017 in the halls of the National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari, accompanies visitors throughout the discovery of wine history in Sardinia, from the Nuraghic era, which dates all the way back to Christianity, where vines and wine are central symbols.
New or aged, red, white, rose or colourful. Wine has accompanied human story since man has cultivated plants and discovered the inebriating power of fermented grape juice.
A selfie panel with the shapes of the Bacco statue found in Viale Trieste in Cagliari will be available to visitors for a special photo memory. The event is part of the Food theme within the Museums of Stories programme.